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Old 08-06-2006, 11:29 PM   #11
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CAGLE exercises? no, never heard of that...

maybe you mean kegel exercises?
Why don't you go tell that to the urologist I work for. If he spells it With a "C" so will I. But I suppose your the kind of troll thats just looking to start a flame war with some one.Ass.


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Old 08-07-2006, 12:52 AM   #12
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Why don't you go tell that to the urologist I work for. If he spells it With a "C" so will I. But I suppose your the kind of troll thats just looking to start a flame war with some one.Ass.
i'd love to teach your stupid d1ck-doc how to spell, nurse cretin. i'm not sure why you think an exercise named after Dr. Kegel should be spelled "CAGLE" but you should definitely tell your boss about what you learned. maybe he'll give you a promotion to head nurse or something...

BTW, that's twice in one thread that you've called people names for no damn reason at all.
just try to relax a little.


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Old 08-07-2006, 01:01 AM   #13
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Yeah twice as in I caught it the first time and you didn't need to reiterate the point.
As for dick Dr. (do capitalize Dr. you twitt) and Nurse, you got a problem with people that have finished college. I guess homebrewers have no use for a sense of humor.

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Old 08-07-2006, 01:17 AM   #14
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Cretin, this forum isn't all that tolerant of the internet pissin' contests that other forums seem to be so fond of (and no doubt where you came to believe that this level of discourse is for some reason socially acceptable). I'd suggest you get a feel for the place before sounding off if you want your stay and contributions to be productive.

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Old 08-07-2006, 01:29 AM   #15
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Cretin, this forum isn't all that tolerant of the internet pissin' contests that other forums seem to be so fond of (and no doubt where you came to believe that this level of discourse is for some reason socially acceptable). I'd suggest you get a feel for the place before sounding off if you want your stay and contributions to be productive.
I'm not trying to get in a pissing contest Baron I made a joke it wasn't recived well and thats fine. I don't need any one coming in to try and kick me while I'm down yes I'm a nurse yes it does happen to be a "dick Dr.'s office" but riddle me this if you have testicular cancer or Pros. cancer where you gonna go. I think my degree is valid and I also find my work to be valid I wouldn't chide anyone here because of their occupation it's a low blow. It is and was unneccesary and unprovoked response to a bad joke. Rant done I'm through with this.
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All this talk about pissing properly belongs in a thread about BMC, not Oktoberfest.

Back to decoction: Baron, or others: how do you determine how much mash to draw out for a decoction in order to ring the whole mash up to the proper temp for the next step? Is that a trial-and-error sort of thing? (I was going to say "by the seat of your pants," but then, God forbid, we'd be talking about kegels and proctologists.)

I'm interested in taking a shot at some styles where decoction would be the way to go.

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Do I know you from Cyberfret?
Who did you direct that comment to? It followed my post so was not sure if it was meant for me, if so the answer is no. I did find it a little ironic being I started playing some 20 odd years ago. Did the club scene in the early 90's but have since retired my attempts at a musical career.
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Back to decoction: Baron, or others: how do you determine how much mash to draw out for a decoction in order to ring the whole mash up to the proper temp for the next step? Is that a trial-and-error sort of thing?
It seems to be trial-and-error in my brewery. I use Promash to guesstimate how much will be required, but it's usually low. I think this is because I have my mashtun thermal coefficient set to zero as I preheat my cooler with the mash water and then add the grains. Therefore, it wouldn't be calculating the extra decoction mash necessary to raise the temperature of the tun, as well.

Basically, I pull out what Promash calls for plus a quart or two, usually ~40-50% of the grist plus enough mash liquid to just fill in the spaces between the grains. I add it back in batches and stop if I hit my rest.

Practically speaking, if we take the 40-50-60-70 schedule as prototypical, then I will use a decoction to go from one rest to the next, but if I am going to skip a rest, i.e., go more than ~10C, then I will use an infusion of boiling water as the mass required through decoction isn't that practical.
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Who did you direct that comment to? It followed my post so was not sure if it was meant for me, if so the answer is no. I did find it a little ironic being I started playing some 20 odd years ago. Did the club scene in the early 90's but have since retired my attempts at a musical career.
Sorry, PT Ray. You must have gotten the #2 post while I was still typing. The question was directed to PanzerofDoom.
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Touchy touchy. no need to get butt hurt muffin. just a stupid joke
Unfortunately, you're the one that got bent out of shape over this ...I replied as a joke... ...I didn't think you were going to get any takers.

As for the spelling, Cagel vs Kegel, it's Kegel after the Dr.


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